Editor's Note: The following is a press release from Vikki Mills, a candidate for the District 1 Georgia House of Representatives seat.
RISING FAWN, GA – Vikki Mills, a registered nurse and Christian conservative, announces her campaign for the Georgia House of Representatives for District 1, representing all of Dade County and portions of Walker County.
Vikki, a mother to five children and registered nurse with 42 years’ experience, enters the race as a pro-life, pro-gun and pro-business candidate who will work with local, state and federal leadership to win results for a community in need of effective representation at the State Capitol.
“It’s time for a fresh start for District 1,” Vikki said. “Dade and Walker Counties value tradition. They believe in the sanctity of life. They believe in the right of self-defense. And they want the freedom to raise their families and run their businesses according to their values. Democrats want to change all that. And that’s why I’m fighting back.”
Ms. Mills, who previously announced for the Walker County Board of Commissioners for District 4, enters this new race with a determination to defend her community at the State Capitol where decisions on life and liberty take place every day.
“What happens in Atlanta affects us here in Rising Fawn, Trenton and all our communities,” Vikki said. “The Heartbeat Bill was legislation that can save the lives of the unborn. And when Hollywood threatened to boycott our state for protecting our unborn and living our values, I genuinely wished they would leave.”
Vikki Mills enters the race as the lone female contender. Her wisdom gained through motherhood and her expertise in healing as a nurse are all skills she will bring to the State Capitol. She also brings with her the same passion she says President Trump displayed in standing up to the Democrats during the 2019 impeachment proceedings.
"I'm a Trump Mom," Vikki said. "I'm sick and tired of the media saying all women are liberals. We're not. And I'm standing up and fighting back against the Democrats who want to force their radical policies on our families.”
Vikki is married to Dr. Kendrick Mills, a cardiologist working at Erlanger Hospital. Over the course of their 33 years of marriage, they have raised five children whom they love dearly. As a family, they regularly attend Sunday Mass at Our Lady of the Mount in Lookout Mountain, Ga. In 1979, Vikki graduated from Worcester City Hospital School of Nursing with her RN. She later obtained her Bachelor of Science degree at Emmanuel College in Boston, Massachusetts. Her upbringing in Christian institutions deeply impressed on her the value of faith.
“I know from personal experience that government is not the answer to all our problems,” Vikki said. “We need to bring God back into the equation.”
The General Primary Election will occur on May 19. Eligible voters must be registered by April 20 to participate in the primary election and in the runoff election should no candidate attain at a majority of the vote. Early voting will be held April 27 till May 15 with extended voting hours on Saturday, May 9. Voters may vote for Vikki by choosing a Republican Party primary ballot.
“We will be going door-to-door to win this election,” Vikki said. “The voters are ready for a fresh start and I’m up for the challenge. Join our campaign and Vote Vikki for State House District 1!”
Join Vikki Mills’ campaign for a fresh start for District 1. You can learn more at the following links and contact information below:
If you need to register to vote or are unsure of which District you live in, you can visit the My Voter Page from the Georgia Secretary of State at the following link: